“Essentially modern in character,majestic in its dignity and size,and dominant in its unchanging beauty…” – John A. Holabird and John Wellborn Root Jr., Architects Of the Chicago Board of Trade Building, Completed 1930
Your body tells a story like a finely designed and well-built building. Do the front doors revolve? Open by pulling or by pushing? Swing, unhinged for handling? How many exterior step-backs layer - because you never want to put your whole self out there at the same time for those on the ground to point and ogle at the very shape of your self - from the ground to the air that swirls around the feet of Ceres, the goddess of grain and of agriculture and of fertility. Questions inhabit buildings: What is the occupancy rate? Bathrooms convenient? How long do guests wait for the one express elevator to rise to where you reside?